Monday, August 29, 2011

Taqiyya – the Islamic command to LIE to non-Muslims is also practiced by one Muslim group to lie to other Muslims about Muslim terrorists.

A piece of literature came in the mail a few days ago that was addressed to me because they thought I was a Muslim because of my name. It came from a group calling itself the Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA) asking for a tax-exempt donation to a legal defense fund to pay for lawyers defending Muslims accused of acts of terrorism. We all read those politically correct, sanitized news stories about people arrested for attempting to commit mass murder to kill Americans that always omit the fact that the accused were Muslims or that they were motivated by commands found in the Qur’an. The news has been sanitized to keep Americans ignorant so that we don’t form negative opinions. Like when the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is frequently used as a reference source for positive Muslim propaganda. The news media never mentions the fact that CAIR was identified as an unindicted co-conspirator in a Federal Court in Dallas, Texas in 2008 in a trial that convicted the Holy Land Foundation for raising funds to support the Hamas terrorist group, or that CAIR has lost its tax-exempt status for failing provide the IRS with the names and amounts of its funding.

As recently as last week The Detroit Free Press reported that Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Muslim from Nigeria, sent a handwritten note to the court claiming that he broke no law and should only be judged by the Islamic Sharia Law in the Qur'an which decrees that killing non-Muslims is not a crime. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is on trial for attempting to murder 279 passengers and 11 crew members on a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day 2009 by igniting a bomb hidden in his underwear. Granted, he is considered innocent until proven guilty, but he was caught in the act with his smoking underpants in his hand. As usual, the leftist mainstream news media didn’t give the latest details in this case much coverage.

Now it appears that it isn’t just non-Muslim Americans that are being kept in the dark about these acts of Islamic terrorism, it seems that many Muslims are being told the same thing. Islam commands Muslims to lie to non-Muslims and the practice is called Taqiyya.
Taqiyya – the command to lie to non-Muslims.
Muslims are allowed to deceive non-Muslims if it helps Islam. For non-Muslims this principle, called Taqiyya is another surprising concept of Islam. While most other religions speak highly of truthfulness the Qur’an instructs Muslims to lie to non-Muslims about their beliefs and their political ambitions to protect and spread Islam. There are many examples of today’s Islamic leaders saying one thing in English for the Western press and then saying something entirely different to their own followers in Arabic a few days later. Deceiving the enemy is always useful in war and Islam is at war with the non-Islamic world until the whole world follows Shari’a Law. All non-Muslims living in non-Islamic states are therefore enemies. So deceiving Westerners is totally acceptable – even encouraged – if it can forward the goals of the spread of Islam.
Here are two pictures of the literature being sent to Muslims by the Muslim Legal Fund of America. On one page is a list of names of a few Muslims they say have been falsely accused of committing acts of terrorism or supporting known terrorist groups. I have done some cursory research on these individuals and present the facts behind them as well as the claims made my the MLFA. Click the image for a larger view.
Muslim Legal Fund of America

Ghassan Elashi
MLFA: “It was very traumatic to sit in there, listening to the prosecution give one lie after another about my father, listen to the prosecution use tactics that I had no idea were even legal in this country like calling secret witnesses.” Noor Elashi, daughter of Ghassan Elashi

Background check on the FACTS that I found:
April 14, 2005, A founder of the Texas chapter of a highly influential U.S. Islamic lobby group was found guilty of supporting terrorism.

Ghassan Elashi, along with two brothers, was convicted in Dallas yesterday of channeling funds to a high-ranking official of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, Mousa Abu Marzook.

Elashi was a board member of the Texas chapter of the Washington, D.C.-based Council on American Islamic Relations -- the third CAIR figure to be convicted on federal terrorism charges since 9-11.

Read more: CAIR leader convicted on terror charges

Imam Ibrahim Dremali
MLFA: “Ailing iman fights for his life and freedom after becoming a victim of FBI retaliation for exercising his Fifth Amendment rights.”

Background check on the FACTS that I found:

We were not the only authors to take note of imam Dremali. In his 2006 piece "The Visiting Jihadist" Joe Kaufman wrote, "Muslim extremist Ibrahim Dremali has had an eventful life He grew up in terrorist-saturated Gaza, where many of his family still live...Ibrahim Dremali was educated at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, where the school's Grand imam, Muhammad Sayyed Tantawi, has issued Fatwas in favor of violent Jihad against America and in support of suicide bombings. It is at Al-Azhar that Dremali was said to have been indoctrinated into a militant organization…" [source,].

Dremali fled the Islamic Center of Boca Raton, possibly in anticipation of the arrest of one of his congregants, Rafiq Sabir, a now-convicted Al Qaeda operative, and set up shop in Des Moines Iowa where he became the imam of the Islamic Center of Des Moines and founded an Islamic school called New Horizons.

Read more: The Portable Jihad - Radical Imam Ibrahim Dremali Moves To Texas

Sheikh Mohamad Khadar
MLFA: “FBI accused iman of providing material support to a foreign organization that is attacking his family and community overseas.”
Background check on the FACTS that I found:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Case No. 10CR4246JM Plaintiff,

aka "Mohamed Khadar"
aka "Sheikh Mohamed"
aka "Sheikh Issa"

Title 18, U.S.C., Sec. 2339A(a) - Conspiracy to Provide Material Support to Terrorists; Title 18, U.S.C., Sec. 2339B(a) (1) - conspiracy to Provide Material Support to Foreign Terrorist Organization; Title 18, U.S.C., Sec. 956 - Conspiracy to Kill in a Foreign Country; Title 18, U.S.C., Sec. 1956(h) – Conspiracy to Launder Monetary Instruments; Title 18, U.S.C., Sec. 2339A(a) - Providing Material Support to Terrorists

Count 1
Beginning on a date unknown to the grand jury, and continuing to
at least on or about August 5, 2008, within the Southern District of
California, and elsewhere, defendants BASAALY SAEED MOALIN, MOHAMED
MOHAMED MOHAMUD, aka "Mohamed Khadar," aka "Sheikh Mohamed," and ISSA DOREH, aka "Sheikh Issa," did unlawfully and knowingly conspire and
agree wi th each other, and with other persons known and unknown to the
grand jury, to provide material support and resources, to wit: currency and monetary instruments, knowing and intending that the material support and resources were to be used in preparation for and in carrying out violations of Title 18, United States Code, Section 956, conspiracy to kill persons in a foreign country, and
Title 18, United States Code, Section 2332a(b) , conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction outside of the United States; all in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 2339A(a) .

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Foad Farahi
MLFA : “FBI threatens retaliation because iman refused to deceive his community.”

Background check on the FACTS that I found:

May 11, 2009

On his facebook page Imam Foad Farahi writes that he is a fan of radical hate clerics Yusuf Al Qaradawi ,Tariq Al Suweidan and bin Laden protege Ahmed Deedat. He was slated for deportation and classified as a Level 3 threat. Farahi is fighting to stay in the United States and claim asylum. The Muslim American Society (MAS) The American wing of the Muslim Brotherhood is in the forefront of providing Farahi with legal aid and keeping his case in the public eye.

    "It [MAS] is the de facto arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S.," said Steven Emerson, director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism. "The agenda of the MAS is to ... impose Islamic law in the U.S., to undermine U.S. counterterrorism policy."

    The MAS was founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood, an international Islamist movement created in Egypt in 1928. Radical members of the Brotherhood founded the terror group Hamas and were among the first members of Al Qaeda.

    The Muslim American Society's former secretary general has acknowledged that the group was founded by the Brotherhood, and in 2004 he estimated that about half of MAS members were in the Muslim Brotherhood.

(Not surprisingly Farahi lists MAS president Esam Omeish as his favorite politician on his facebook page).

Here is some information on the three of the clerics which Foahi claims to be a "fan" of.

    "A leading Islamic cleric , al-Qaradawi also promises that eventually Islam will prevail over all other religions and a single Islamic state will rule the world.

    Al-Qaradawi says some countries will fall to the armed Islamic jihad, but in others, such as the United States, victory will come through Da'awa - the teaching of Islam to non-Muslims - which will trigger Westerners to convert to Islam "in droves."

    "We will conquer Europe, we will conquer America! Not through (the) sword, but through Da'awa," al-Qaradawi told members of the Muslim Arab Youth Association at the group's 1995 convention in Toledo, Ohio.

    "Jihad can be with the pen and the tongue just as it can be with the sword and the spear. Islamic Jihad is not limited to military efforts only; it extends beyond this, including several means that Muslims need to utilize now more than ever."

 Read more: Radical cleric Foad Farahi appeals for asylum in the U.S. with the help of the American wing of The Muslim Brotherhood (MAS)

Abu Ratib
MLFA: “Popular Syrian singer arrested and accused of making false statements to FBI. Language barrier exploited to gain arrest.”

Background check on the FACTS that I found:
Holy Land Foundation Representative Arrested - DOJ Press Release ^ | January 22, 2010 | n/a

Posted on Wednesday, January 27, 2010 5:07:44 AM by Cindy
Note: The following text is a quote:
Holy Land Foundation Representative Arrested
United States Attorney Barbara L. McQuade announced today that Mohamad Mustapha Ali Masfaka, a 47-year-old native of Syria, was arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection when he attempted to enter the United States from Canada via the Ambassador Bridge. Mr. Masfaka made his initial appearance in federal court in Detroit on an Indictment charging him with Attempted Naturalization Fraud, False Statements, and Perjury.
Jan 26, 2010, Singer Abu Ratib arrested in Detroit

Mohamad Mustapha Ali Masfaka, 47, aka as Abu Ratib, a famous Syrian singer,  was arrested last Thursday crossing into the United States from Canada.

An unsealed indictment from 2008 had charged him with aiding the Holy Land Foundation - the largest Islamic charity in the U.S., which was shut down as a Hamas funding operation.

February 2, 2010, - 6:38 pm
Abu Ratib’s Detention Hearing: I Was There; Meet My HAMAS Terrorist Neighbor

By Debbie Schlussel

On Thursday, I attended the detention hearing of Abu Ratib a/k/a Mohammed Mustapha Ali Masfaka, the terrorist Islamic singer I recently told you about.  It took place in the federal courthouse in downtown Detroit.  Although the hearing was quick, I learned much about Masfaka in the documents proffer put forth by excellent federal prosecutor Mark J. Jebson.  Masfaka worked with the brother of HAMAS’ leader, he raised money for HAMAS from his home just miles from where I live, and he traveled all over America and the rest of the world teaching kids to sing the praises of HAMAS on video.  And he hung out with the worldwide chief of HAMAS’ bro.  More on that later, below.

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Dr. Sami Al-Arian
MLFA: “Government test case for USA Patriot Act in which prosecutuion attacked First Amendment rights.”

Background check on the FACTS that I found:

The Trials and Tribulations of Dr. Sami Al-Arian
Friday, August 23, 2002 FOX NEWS
JOHN KASICH, GUEST HOST on The O’Reilly Factor: Our "Top Story" tonight, the trials and tribulations of Dr. Sami Al-Arian. He's the University of South Florida professor accused of having ties to terrorists. Al-Arian was put on paid leave after Bill O'Reilly confronted him about his questionable relationships during an appearance on this program in September. We will show you that interview just a little bit later.

Now the president of the University of South Florida wants to fire him outright. She says she can prove the accusations against Arian, that they're true, and she's asking the state judge to rule on whether firing him would violate his rights.

Read more:,2933,61126,00.html

Washington Report, July 2006
Sami Al-Arian’s Plea “Bargain”
The Sentencing of Dr. Sami Al-Arian

By Melva Underbakke

Following a 10-year investigation, Dr. Sami Al-Arian and co-defendant Sammeeh Hammoudeh were arrested in the predawn hours of Feb. 20, 2003 and charged with providing material support to a terrorist group—the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. One month later (March 27), the men were moved from the local jail in Tampa, Florida, to a maximum-security federal penitentiary in Coleman, Florida, 75 miles away, where they spent over two and a half years in horrendous conditions awaiting trial. Prior to his arrest, Sami Al-Arian, a Palestinian, had been an outspoken voice for the Palestinian cause, but now he was silenced.

The trial began on June 6, 2005, and ended six months later. On all of the many charges, not a single guilty verdict was reached. Jurors were deadlocked on nine charges, but they unanimously agreed that Dr. Al-Arian was innocent of any connection to violence—either direct or indirect. Most of the jury wanted to acquit the defendants on all charges, and Sameeh Hammoudeh was unanimously found innocent of all charges.
Read more:
Dr. Aafia Siddiqui
MLFA: “Pakistani mother of three kidnapped, tortured, shot and then tried in New York for allegedly attacking her interrogators in Afghanistan.”

Background check on the FACTS that I found:

Aafia Siddiqui born March 2, 1972) is an American-educated Pakistani cognitive neuroscientist who was convicted of assault with intent to murder her U.S. interrogators in Afghanistan. The charges carried a maximum sentence of life in prison; in September 2010, she was sentenced by a United States district court to 86 years in prison.

Siddiqui entered the United States on a student visa in 1990. Staying for both undergraduate and graduate education, she eventually settled in Massachusetts and earned her PhD in neuroscience from Brandeis University in 2001. A devout Muslim who had engaged in Islamic charity work, Siddiqui moved back to Pakistan in 2002. She disappeared with her three young children in March 2003, shortly after the arrest in Pakistan of her second husband's uncle, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged chief planner of the September 11 attacks. Khalid Mohammed reportedly mentioned Siddiqui's name while he was being interrogated, and shortly thereafter, she was added to the FBI Seeking Information – War on Terrorism list. In May 2004, the FBI named Siddiqui as one of its seven Most Wanted Terrorists. Her whereabouts were reported to have been unknown for more than five years, until she was arrested in July 2008 in Afghanistan. Upon her arrest, the Afghan police said she was carrying in her purse handwritten notes and a computer thumb drive containing recipes for conventional bombs and weapons of mass destruction, instructions on how to make machines to shoot down U.S. drones, descriptions of New York City landmarks with references to a mass casualty attack, and two pounds of sodium cyanide in a glass jar.

Siddiqui was shot and severely wounded at the police compound the following day. Her American interrogators said she grabbed an unattended rifle from behind a curtain and began shooting at them. Siddiqui’s own version was that she simply stood up to see who was on the other side of the curtain and startled the soldiers one of whom then shot her. She received medical attention for her wounds at Bagram Air Base and was flown to the U.S. to be charged in a New York City federal court with attempted murder, and armed assault on U.S. officers and employees. She denied the charges. After receiving psychological evaluations and therapy, the judge declared her mentally fit to stand trial. Siddiqui interrupted the trial proceedings with vocal outbursts and was ejected from the courtroom several times. The jury convicted her of all the charges in February 2010. The prosecution argued for "terrorism enhancement" of the charges that would require a life term; Siddiqui's lawyers requested a 12-year sentence, arguing that she was mentally ill. The charges against her stemmed solely from the shooting, and Siddiqui was not charged with, or prosecuted for, any terrorism-related offenses.

Read more here:
One more comment on the above literature from MLFA asking for donations concerns a statement printed in the lower right corner of the large picture. Here is an enlargement. Besides being tax-deductible (which means their donations are subsidized by our taxes) is the mention that the donations are "zakat-eligible". Zakat is an obligatory charitable contribution that represents a percentage of the net worth of every Muslim that they are required to give each year during Ramadan. Some of these donations supposedly to be used for charitable purposes are actually funneled to the Middle East to support terrorist groups like Hamas and Hezbollah. And the appeal by the Muslim Legal Fund of America is nothing more than an attempt to use the Muslim population's faith-based charity concept to raise money to defend terrorists in America. So in addition to terrorists yelling "Allahu Akbar" (God is Great in Arabic) when they kill people, other equally devout Muslims can feel more pious when they donate to MLFA to defend them.


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